Carla Tripisciano

Ass. Prof. Dr. Carla Tripisciano

Zentrum für Biomedizinische Technologie

Publikationen (Auszug Forschungs­datenbank)

Eichhorn, T.; Linsberger, I.; Lauková, L.; Tripisciano, C.; Fendl, B.; Weiss, R.; König, F.; Valicek, G.; Miestinger, G.; Hörmann, C.; Weber, V. (2021). Analysis of inflammatory mediator profiles in sepsis patients reveals that extracellular histones are strongly elevated in nonsurvivors. Mediators Inflamm, 2021: 8395048

Karuthedom George, S.; Lauková, L.; Weiss, R.; Semak, V.; Fendl, B.; Weiss, V.U.; Steinberger, S.; Allmaier, G.; Tripisciano, C.; and Weber, V. (2021). Comparative analysis of platelet-derived extracellular vesicles using flow cytometry and nanoparticle tracking analysis. Int. J. Mol. Sci., 22: 3839

Tripisciano, C.; Weiss, R.; Karuthedom George, S.; Fischer, M.B.; Weber, V. (2020). Extracellular vesicles derived from platelets, red blood cells, and monocyte-like cells differ regarding their ability to induce factor XII-dependent thrombin generation. Front Cell Dev Biol, 8: 298

Weiss, V.U.; Balantic, K.; Pittenauer, E.; Tripisciano, C.; Friedbacher, G.; Weber, V.; Marchetti-Deschmann, M.; Allmaier, G. (2020). Nano electrospray differential mobility analysis based size-selection of liposomes and very-low density lipoprotein particles for offline hyphenation to MALDI mass spectrometry. J Pharm Biomed Anal, 179: 112998

Almeria, C.; Weiss, R.; Roy, M.; Tripisciano, C.; Kasper, C.; Weber, V.; Egger, D. (2019). Hypoxia conditioned mesenchymal stem cell-derived extracellular vesicles induce increased vascular tube formation in vitro. Front Bioeng Biotechnol, Oct 23: 292

Egger, D.; Tripisciano, C.; Weber, V.; Dominici, M.; Kasper, C. (2018). Dynamic cultivation of mesenchymal stem cell aggregates. Bioengineering, 5: 48

Fendl, B.; Eichhorn, T.; Weiss, R.; Tripisciano, C.; Spittler, A.; Fischer, M.B.; Weber, V. (2018). Differential interaction of platelet-derived extracellular vesicles with circulating immune cells: roles of TAM receptors, CD11b, and phosphatidylserine. Frontiers in Immunology, 9: 2797

Tripisciano, C.; Weiss, R.; Eichhorn, T.; Spittler, A.; Heuser, T.; Fischer, M.B.; Weber, V. (2017). Different potential of extracellular vesicles to support thrombin generation: Contributions of phosphatidylserine, tissue factor, and cellular origin. Scientific Reports, 7(1): 6522

La Spina, R.; Tripisciano, C.; Mecca, T.; Cunsolo, F.; Weber, V.; Mattiasson, B. (2014). Chemically modified poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) cryogel for the adsorption of heparin. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B, 102(6): 1204-1216

Tripisciano, C.; Eichhorn, T.; Harm, S.; Weber, V. (2014). Adsorption of the Inflammatory Mediator High Mobility Group Box 1 by Polymers with Different Charge and Porosity. BioMed Research International, Article ID 238160

Weber V.; Tripisciano C. (2013). Application Potential of Cellulose-Based Adsorbents in Extracorporeal Blood Purification. Review. Trends in Carbohydrate Research 2013, 5(2): 1-6

Tripisciano, C.; Leistner, A.; Linsberger, I.; Leistner, A.; Falkenhagen, D.; Weber, V. (2012). Effect of anticoagulation with citrate versus heparin on the adsorption of coagulation factors to blood purification resins with different charge. Biomacromolecules, 13(2): 484-488

Tripisciano, C.; Kozynchenko, O.P.; Linsberger, I.; Phillips, G.J.; Howell, C.A.; Sandeman, S.R.; Tennison, S.R.; Mikhalovsky, S.V.; Weber, V.; Falkenhagen D. (2011). Activation-dependent adsorption of cytokines and toxins related to liver failure to carbon beads. Biomacromolecules, 12(10): 3733-3740

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